The year is 1994. Altar released their groundbreaking album "Youth Against Christ". It pushed the boundaries of metal music and got a lot of christians offended.
The album showcased Altar's unique blend of death metal and thrash, delivering a relentless assault of heavy riffs, pummeling drums, and guttural vocals. Tracks like "Throne of Fire" and "Cross the Bridge of False Prophecies" exhibited the band's beliefs and songwriting skills. "Youth Against Christ" remains a cult classic, revered by metalheads for its raw energy, dark atmosphere, and thought-provoking lyrics that challenge societal norms.